You could compare Kvinesdal to Radiator City from the Disney movie Cars. There used to be a main road that went through the town, but a highway was built which by-passed it. The difference in Kvinesdal is that the local people celebrated the new highway and now work together to make Kvinesdal a great place to visit. So, if you visit one attraction in Kvinesdal, you will also receive information on other great attractions and activities in the region.
Car: To get to Kvinesdal from Stavanger, use the E39 and Rv42 which takes 2.5 hours. From Kristiansand or Oslo, use the E39 highway. From Oslo the journey is 5.5 hours, from Kristiansand 2 hours.
Bus: The Lavprisekspressen bus will take you from Stavanger to Feda in Kvinesdal as well as Oslo or Kristiansand to Feda. The centre of Kvinesdal is a short taxi ride from that location.
Train: There are no trains to Kvinesdal but the train from Stavanger to and from Kristiansand stops at Moi and Sirdal which are about an hour's drive away from Kvinesdal.
Air: There are international airports at Stavanger and Kristiansand and both have car hire services. There are two Norwegian Airlines that operate international flights from these airports including Widerøe and SAS.
Kvinesdal has a long and vast history of emigration from the United States. Kvinesdal welcomes you to the American Emigration Festival in June. American foods, american cars, american music in Norway
The coastal town of Feda has a long history dating back to the Viking times. There is a old traditional wooden barrel making at Bøkkerbua in Kvinesdal.
Go hiking in the mountainous areas of Kvinesdal and see great views of fjords, lakes, rivers.
Snow skiing and cross country skiing in Kvinesdal and Knaben. Learn to ski in Knaben.